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The war on terror has been good for Move America Forward. It’s brought the conservative activist group notoriety, cash and ratings.
By Jeffrey M. Barker
This article was published on 12.08.05
First-of-its-kind report could provide a blueprint for saving state’s critters.
By Chrisanne Beckner
It’s the 64th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Bob Addobati is among the dwindling ranks of survivors.
By Paul Ferrell
High-profile execution of L.A. street-gang co-founder Tookie Williams puts the spotlight on the death penalty and the governor’s office.
By Cosmo Garvin, Jeffrey M. Barker, and Kel Munger
It’s time to try putting what you believe down on paper.
By Melinda Welsh
Love, hate, or indifference—readers express their opinions—sometimes about each other.
By Joey Garcia
Your animal companion may never want to leave Joel Leineke’s West Sacramento pet hotel.
By Salatha Helton
Bites gets angsty about Alan Greenspan, an anti-war resolution that’s not anti-war, and a proposed raise for CSUS’s top dog.
All the hype about Susan Kennedy becoming Arnold’s chief of staff is just that—hype.
By Jill Stewart
It’s high time we had an independent citizen review body to monitor complaints about the Sacramento County Jail.
S.B. 861 will punish pets and their owners at the whim of insurance companies.
By Jackie Marshall
Short Reviews of Current Plays.
Compiled By Jeff Hudson, and Patti Roberts
Two painters without much in common beyond their birthplace.
By Saunthy Singh
Pick a grassroots subculture, and you’ll find its expression at the Toyroom Gallery.
By Justin Allen
Every holiday season since 1986, ODC/San Francisco has performed its adaptation of The Velveteen Rabbit. It’s good to know that this holiday season is no different.
By Erin Sierchio
Image-consciousness for the ears.
By Jonathan Kiefer
Aaron McGruder’s edgy comic comes to late-night television.
By Matthew Craggs
The Force is strong with the Burger King.
By Veronica Bartell
A local documentary maker’s family history yields another untold story from World War II.
Monumentally inconsistent? Uh-oh.
By Jeff Hudson
Garbeau’s holiday play is a two-hour crash course in all things Christmas.
By Patti Roberts
You want doughnuts with those fries?
By Kate Washington
Good eats at the venue of the week.
The Absolute Ensemble brings a Middle Eastern influence to the Mondavi Center.
Mike Rofé and Josh Schramm come home from their respective big cities.
By Christian Kiefer
Live, good music for book nerds, next Thursday.
By Kel Munger
If you like music, you’ll like it.
By Greg La Traille
A weekly selection from the ever-expanding music scene.
By Eddie Jorgensen
Cinema selection of the week.
By Bob Grimm
Charlize Theron’s performance is this movie’s best, but that’s not saying much.
By Jim Lane
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